The persistence of the corona virus pandemic has in no way affected the philanthropic nature of the Mercy Wave Conglomerate . Rather, it has even strengthened its resolve to ensure hunger and poverty are effectively reduced, if not totally eradicated.
Dr Mercy Uwakwe’s foundation, a non profit NGO and a subsidiary of the Mercy Wave Conglomerate has been engaging in various activities especially during this pandemic, in a bid to alleviate the suffering of the undeserved and less privileged members of the society.
This has been achieved through various outreaches and cash prize awards online. After two successful outreaches in Igbere, Abia State, the group has announced its intention to hold another bigger third palliative outreach, this time, in line with her mandate of ensuring that absolutely everyone benefits from her foundation, the train is moving to Bende, a totally different part of the state which has no affiliation with the group.
More palliatives have been planned which will subsequently cover the whole state and in due time, the whole country.
The Mercy Wave Conglomerate is fast becoming a household name in Nigeria. The conglomerate embodies philanthropy in its purest form, devoid of any political mandate or goal. The CEO, Dr. Mercy Uwakwe has promised that this will be the best ever.
Recall that during the first two outreaches, various foodstuffs worth millions of naira and cash palliative were distributed to the members of the community.
The distribution of the food items and cash will hold in Bende Local Government Headquarters in Bende Town on July 18, 2020.
Food items including bags of rice, beans and other staple foodstuffs will be in abundance. Participants are encouraged to wear their nose masks and obey all social distancing protocols during the outreach.